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The white / Adrian Caesar
Bib ID 2947879
Format BookBook
Author
Caesar, Adrian, 1955-
 
Description Chippendale, N.S.W. : Picador, 1999 
287 p. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 0330361570
0330361570
0330361570
Notes

Cover sub-title: last days in the antarctic journeys of Scott and Mawson 1911-1913.

Bibliography: p. 285-287.

Awards Winner of ACT Book of the Year, 1999. 
Subjects Scott, Robert Falcon, - 1868-1912 - Fiction.  |  Mawson, Douglas, - Sir, - 1882-1958 - Fiction.  |  Scott, Robert Falcon, - 1868-1912 - Travel - Antarctica.  |  Mawson, Douglas, - Sir, - 1882-1958 - Travel - Antarctica.  |  Explorers - Antarctica.  |  Literary prizes - Australian Capital Territory.  |  Explorers - Antarctica - Fiction.  |  Antarctica - Discovery and exploration - Fiction.  |  Antarctica - Discovery and exploration.
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Cover sub-title: Last days in the antarctic journeys of Scott and Mawson 1911-1913

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